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Vagrants scare away library patrons MELISSA LE ROUX

VAGRANTS loitering outside Grassy Park Library have been harassing and intimidating patrons, even going as far as threatening them into handing over money. The situation is so bad that people are afraid to return to the library. Eric Klynhout, a volunteer at the library, says they have received many complaints from patrons: “The vagrants are out of control. Just the other day a woman was leaving the library and when she got to the parking lot, one of them jumped into the car with her and said she is not leaving until she pays him for looking after her car. She had to get out and make change at one of the nearby shops.”. He said that the young men fight with each other, scaring young library users who come to the library after school. “They interfere with the females too. One woman was so scared that she has joined another library.” A group of about 25 vagrants – all under the age of 25 – have set up “home” on the lawn outside the library for the past two years. Mughammad Dollie, chairperson of the Friends of the Library, says the vagrants interfere with and intimidate library patrons who park in the area opposite the library. Dollie said they also mess up the property surrounding the library and use the premises “as if it were their homes”. “They come from all over – Seawinds, Vrygrond, Gugulethu – and they all have their own problems.” Jade Sampson (17), the youngest vagrant at the library, says he has been living on the streets for seven years. He tells People’s Post

that he was first (at the library) with his brother but now he is all alone. Sampson says he watches the cars in the parking lot and sleeps at the library. “I left home because there were problems at home and I didn’t want to stay. My mommy comes around sometimes but I don’t want to be with them,” he says. The teenager attended Sid G Rule and Athlone North primary schools and completed Grade 5. Dollie says that there are no shelters in the area for them to go to, and if there were, they were not places that would provide rehabilitation. The area was cleared of vagrants about six weeks ago, when Law Enforcement came to remove them. They were sent away to live elsewhere. However, since then, they have been slowly returning. Law Enforcement Services’ Displaced People’s Unit (DPU) works closely with Social Development to find shelter or relocate those who wish to live with their family and friends, or who want to return home, says Shaun Smith, Assistant Chief of Law Enforcement Services. He adds that the City of Cape Town has a Street People Policy and that the DPU have, on many occasions, relocated street people, but there are those who do not want any type of intervention. According to Dollie, Friends of the Library reported the youths three times to the Grassy Park Police Station – which is right opposite the library. However, nothing was done, says Dollie. However, the spokesperson for the station, Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith, says they have done some work with the vagrants. “We’ve taken their fingerprints and took pho-

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GENERAL

Things can be much worse than fracking TONY ROBINSON

MOST of the people who are raging against the idea of exploring for shale gas in the Karoo know very little about the technology and what Sasol has called its “game changing” potential. In fact, most of the knowledge in circulation has come from those strongly opposed to “fracking”. Public relations companies have even been retained to blacken the picture and whip up emotions to a point approaching hysteria. They have plenty of material to work with. In the early days of fracking there were disasters, most of them the result of wild cat operations. But the technology has improved and in responsible hands it might even be acceptable in some circumstances. So it is easy to understand the fears in circulation. I grew up in the Karoo and I know that water gives land its value. Take away the water or contaminate it and one is left with worthless desert. In a drought, a good borehole is the only thing that stands between a farmer and financial ruin. It is an emotional relationship. You can m ess with his wife but don’t touch his borehole. The water of agricultural importance lies at depths of no more than a few hundred metres. Fracking, however, takes place something like 10 kilometres below the surface! That is five time deeper than our deepest gold mine. The temperature down there will be about 300°C and any water would become instant

steam. If the hole is lined with steel there should be no contamination of agricultural water. But one can understand the fear. The biggest problems will be logistical ones. The equipment is massive and new roads will be required. What does one do with 10 kilometres of earth from borehole cores? The impact on the Karoo will be considerable. And where will the water needed for fracking come from? On the other hand, holes 10 kilometres deep will give us access to an inexhaustible supply of geothermal heat. And that can be turned into electricity. The US Department of Energy says geothermal electricity is cheaper than coal or nuclear power and the price does not go up every year along with the cost of fuel and labour. Even if there is no gas we could win. So here’s the question: would you rather have Shell fracking in the Karoo or Eskom trying to run half a dozen atomic power stations? Nuclear power requires consistent good management for at least 50 years. There is no place for CEOs who trim the maintenance budgets to improve the bottom line and their bonuses. And there is no place for cadre deployment. Imagine a future Minister of Minerals, Energy and Nationalisation – someone like Julius Malema – having a hand in the appointment of nuclear mangers. His matric woodwork studies would be of little help. We may be able to survive an implosion in the Land Bank or a foul-up in the Karoo, but mismanagement of a Koeberg could be goodbye Cape Town.

Cool cats on show THE Big Cat Club Cat Show will be held at Cape Town High School on Saturday 16 April from 10:00 to 15:00pm. Over 100 felines, including many pedigreed cats and kittens, as well as domestic cats, have been entered and will compete for various awards. The Emma Animal Rescue Society (Tears) will have beautiful rescued cats on exhibition available for adoption. There is an adoption fee of R450, which includes vaccination, deworming, flea and tick control, sterilisation and microchipping. All cats have been tested for Aids and leukaemia. Entrance is R10 for adults and R5 for children. For further information call Marilyn Hoole on 083 651 6343.

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PEOPLE WHO CARE: The St John primary health care or­ ganisation in Fish Hoek re­ cently received R321 775 from the National Lot­ tery Distribution Trust Fund to train 75 students from the South Peninsula in home­based care with first aid. This three­week, accredited course was available to South African citizens living in informal settlements and previously disadvantaged communities in Masiphumele, Red Hill, Lavender Hill, Re­ treat, Capricorn Park, Ocean View, Muizenberg and Fish Hoek. Training started in Octo­ ber 2010 and is to be completed by the middle of May. Heather Baker, centre manager of St John Fish Hoek, says that this is the third time in eight years that the centre has received funding from the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund. She says the sponsorship has enabled St John to empower many people over the years.

Job opportunities available during the elections MELISSA LE ROUX

WITH the municipal elections around the corner, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has created 15 630 temporary voluntary employment opportunities for community members. This is in addition to other IEC positions, such as assistant project coordinators and area managers. The 15 630 temporary staff will man voting stations. The IEC is a publicly-funded, permanent body that was established in terms of the Electoral Commission Act of 1996. Its purpose is to promote and safeguard democracy in South Africa. Provincial Electoral Officer, Reverend Courtney Sampson, says the IEC’s task is to put all structures and systems in place for a “free and fair election without showing prejudice or favour to any of the participating political parties”. The IEC’s job structure consists of permanent jobs as well as “expansion job structures” – temporary employment for people in the community during the election period. As each electoral project coordinator has an assistant, there are 40 posts for the assistant project coordinator position. There are also 387 posts for the area manager position. These positions are advertised in various publications as applicants would need to have a tertiary qualification. The posts are terminated one month after the election is over. Sampson said: “There are 1 570 voting

stations, and during the registration process, three staff members are at each voting station and 10 are present on election day.” However, there are currently no more positions available at the IEC, as they have all been filled. According to Sampson, the IEC does not offer jobs. “The 15 630 positions that are available at the time of elections are voluntary positions, and they get compensated for the time spent working in aid of the elections,” he said. The IEC advertised the available positions and anyone interested could apply at the local offices in Athlone, Mitchell’s Plain, Strand, Constantia and Bellville. Training is provided by the IEC and began on Friday 1 April. It covered the operations involved during elections. Staff are taught to handle difficult situations, what their duties are and the legal aspects of the legislation. According to Sampson, political party officials or campaigners may not apply for a job at the IEC during election time. “Having someone who campaigns for a particular political party volunteering at a voting station on election day will put the IEC in a bad light, as they could try to persuade people to vote for that party. “There is a declaration that the volunteers at the voting station have to sign, saying that they are being truthful,” he says. Any of the volunteers found guilty of campaigning for a political party at any time during the election period, will be removed from their post and replaced.

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Rental cop programme enforces order in wards the officials could be extended, as the problems in certain areas of the ward occurred way before duties commenced and after the close of the working day shift,” he says. The reasons for requesting extended hours included problems such as: . Delivery trucks travelling through residential streets in the ward. . Vehicles parked outside businesses operating from residential homes, obstructing the view, blocking pavements and posing a danger to other motorists driving by. . The ongoing taxi-related problems such as oil leaks from vehicles damaging the roads and route permit checks. . Persistent social problems at Langevlei and fishmongers disposing the entrails into the vlei – contributing to the pollution of the vlei. . Businesses operating from home, discharging waste water and oil into the stormwater drains and the eventual pollution into the water bodies in the ward. According to Burger, the people in the ward know exactly what times the Law Enforcement official is on duty, and when to start with their “nonsense”. “The hours aren’t working. If you need them before 08:00 or after 16:00, you would have to call City Police. “I trust the official to do the work. Nobody knows when they are in the ward, but when I take a look at the statistics, I can see that they have been working,” he said. Burger adds that there has been a reduction in crime in the wards . “When the officer is on duty, the area is more stable,” he says. The successes of the project in Ward 72 include vagrants drinking in public and sleeping in parks, as well as fishmongers dumping entrails at Langevlei.

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HE Rent-A-Cop pilot project, in terms of which two Law Enforcement officers are hired to patrol Retreat and Grassy Park during the day, will be more effective if the working hours are extended. That’s according to Ward Councillor Jan Burger, who adds that the ideal would be to employ police officers around-the-clock, as would-be criminals are aware of the officers’ hours of duty and plan their activities around that. However, Burger says this is not feasible as the subcouncil budget does not extend to cover this. “The possibility of having an officer of the law take care of the ward all the time is there. However, the money to make it happen is not there,” he says. The project was launched in July last year and will run until June. The officers are hired by Rondevlei Subcouncil to patrol Grassy Park and Retreat. Wards 72 and 65 were chosen for the pilot. The Law Enforcement officers patrol from 08:00 and 16:00. Their job is to assist with specific problems encountered in the two wards, such as illegal dumping, drugs and alcohol being sold illegally on residential properties and general crime. At the Rondevlei Subcouncil meeting in March, Burger expressed his concerns with the working hours of the Law Enforcement officials. He requested that the hours be extended or that there be the option of shift changes. “We asked whether the working hours of

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Ward Councillor Derek Smith says the programme is working “very well” in his ward. “Nothing is too small for Inspector Gavin Greeve and he leaves no stone unturned,” said Smith. The officer was hired to deal with issues such as illegal dumping, drug houses, shebeens and general municipal complaints. Smith says the officer keeps a close eye on the criminal activity in the area, especially on drug houses and shebeens, and as a result, many have shut down. “It’s good to have a dedicated officer working in our ward; it is definitely money well spent.

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‘Massive’arrears protest action planned TAMMY PETERSEN

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HOUSANDS of people are expected to take part in a massive protest which will see residents from 12 suburbs march to the Cape Town Civic Centre under one banner on Tuesday 26 April to demand the scrapping of all municipal arrears for people living in the city’s impoverished areas. The decision to protest was made by Communities for Social Change (CSC), a coordinating structure of civic organisations representing Hanover Park, Athlone, Manenberg, Mitchell’s Plain, Hout Bay, Heideveld, Lavender Hill, Lotus River, Ottery, Grassy

UNITED: Manenberg residents march to the local rent office on Thursday 24 February. Photo: Tammy Petersen

Park, Elsies River and Leonsdale. The decision comes after meetings held with City of Cape Town officials failed to resolve issues concerning the poor, says Mario Wanza, the organiser of the CSC. Representatives from the CSC met Mayor Dan Plato and City officials yesterday to discuss their demands. These include the halting of evictions due to illegal occupations, debt and anti-social behaviour, a call for the scrapping of municipal arrears and the handing over of council-owned units to people who have been paying rent for years. “What upset us is that there was no investigation into the validity of our requests and no committee set up to review our demands. “The City just flat-out refused what we were asking for, and we will respond by doing what’s best for the people and protesting. Ons gaan Kaap toe.” The action comes two months after 3 000 residents from Manenberg took to the streets armed with posters asking the City to lower their rent and write off their rental backlog. Wanza says people have been paying rent for over 30 years and they should be given ownership of the council properties. Also under the banner of the CSC, more than 500 Hanover Park residents took to the streets last month and delivered a memorandum to the local rent office demanding that their arrears be scrapped.

One of the area coordinators for CSC, Errol Davids, says people are becoming involved in the “movement” because they are desperate and “over their heads in debt”. Davids, who is the deputy chairperson of the Hanover Park Civic Association, says the organisation is in “total support” of the planned protest, adding that they will start distributing pamphlets within the week. Two weeks ago, Mitchell’s Plain residents expressed their concerns about the scrapping of water arrears when they burnt a cardboard coffin containing hundreds of warning letters issued by the City. The coffin was loaded onto a hearse and taken from Mitchell’s Plain Town Centre to the Beacon Valley Rent Office where it was burnt in front of cheering protestors. The CSC’s Mitchell’s Plain coordinator, Sulyman Stellenboom, says another march will take place in Mitchell’s Plain on 21 April when they will return to the subcouncil office and request feedback on their demand for the removal of water management devices behind the incorrect readings being taken from water meters, leading to high bills. “This City has no respect for the poor and is not taking this matter seriously. We are representing the people and although we try to engage with the officials towards finding a solution, they are not coming to the party.” Plato, who was handed a copy of the pam-

Ottery biker nabbed with tik A 29-YEAR-OLD biker was arrested for being in possession of 60 g of tik on Monday 4 April in Ottery at about 10:00. Constable Tyrone Crouster, of Grassy Park Police Station, was on duty doing a “stop and search” in Corn Road, when he saw two “suspicious-looking characters” on a yellow Vuka motorbike. After stopping the vehicle, the two men were searched and on the one, six large packets of tik – with an estimated value of R13 000 – and R200 were found. The suspect appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday 5 April. . Grassy Park police are warning residents about a new method that criminals have been using to break into cars in the area. Thieves have been removing the back and front windscreens of the cars to gain access. According to the spokesperson of the Grassy Park Police Station, Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith, this method allegedly does not trip the alarm system of the car, helping thieves make a clean get-away. “We would like to warn residents to please not park their vehicle outside in the road because they provide an opportunity to criminals, to break into their vehicles. They must

also be alert for strange characters in their neighbourhood. “We would also like to urge residents to mark their wheelie bins, because it’s a great concern to SAPS that a lot of cases reported are stolen wheelie bins,” she says. . Grassy Park police is appealing to the community to help them in locating Justin Williams, who resided in Ottery. Williams was last seen by his family on Thursday 24 March. He is driving a red Opel Kadette, registration number CA 621 191. If you know of his whereabouts you can contact Constable Lungiselelo Taho on 079 958 7587. . Anyone who has information about crime can contact their Sector Manager: Sector One – Parkwood – Warrant Officer Eltina Botman on 082 522 8881. Sector Two – Grassy Park – Warrant Officer Shaun Whiteman on 082 522 0501. Sector Three – Lotus River – Constable Elridge Isaacs on 082 522 2833. Sector Four – Ottery – Constable Shakira Hendricks on 082 522 0499. If you would like to inform Grassy Park police about any crime happening in the community, you can contact them on (021) 7003900/3903/3902.

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FIERY: Mitchell’s Plain residents burn a cof­ fin containing their municipal bills during a protest on 24 March. Photo: Melissa Papier phlet which the CSC has been distributing to invite people to take part, declined to comment on the planned protest, saying only that “it’s their right to march”. However, he says the action seems to be “politically motivated” and that the CSC is making “one demand after the other”. “They are making accusations and allegations without listening to our explanations. They claim there is a lack of service delivery to the poor, but they cannot give us the proof to back this claim. They need to be more organised and give me a list of complaints so that I can follow up on it.” He adds that a follow-up meeting is being planned, although a date is yet to be set.

Playing among the stars SOUTH AFRICAN jazz stars will gather at the Artscape Theatre Centre on Friday 15 April in support of the Alexander Sinton High School jazz band’s pending trip to the Tutti World Youth Music Festival in China. This arts focus school will be sending its music pupils to an international gathering for the first time. The youngsters will perform only South African music. Their journey to Beijing in July is historical, says The Alexander music director Ronel Nagfaal. “We are proud and eager to represent Athlone and South Africa at this global assembly, where youth musicians will present musical traditions from their countries. “This contact and exchange is a unique cultural experience, a tremendous opportunity for the musical and personal growth of our youth, and their grooming as leaders in music and in their communities.” The other Cape Town schools sending bands to the eight-day festival are Heathfield, Bergvliet and Wynberg Girls’ High. Appearing at the Artscape Theatre Centre will be vocal star Gloria Bosman, pian-

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Infrastructure upgrades prioritised HOUSING opportunities, industrial growth, infrastructure development and conservation could be on the cards as the City of Cape Town plans to prioritise infrastructure upgrades on the Cape Flats in order to fully utilise available development land. “Over the years, the Cape Flats district has matured into a prime area with close proximity to vast economic potential in Cape Town,” says Alderman Brian Watkyns, chairperson of the City’s Planning and Environment Portfolio Committee (PEPCO). The district is bounded by the M5 in the west, the N2 in the north, Lansdowne Road and Vanguard Drive in the east, and the False Bay coastline to the south. It includes suburbs such as Athlone, Lansdowne, Gugulethu, Nyanga, Ottery, the Philippi Horticultural Area, Grassy Park, Lavender Hill, Strandfontein and Rondebosch East. Watkyns says a stronger focus could be placed on land next to the main transport corridors of Lansdowne, Klipfontein and Spine Roads, as well as Strandfontein Road and Jan Smuts Drive. “The plan consists of an integrated environmental management framework

and spatial development plan. These provide guidelines for the development of housing opportunities, industrial growth, infrastructure development and conservation,” says Watkyns. “The Cape Flats District Plan looks at encouraging initiatives such as the upgrading of transport infrastructure, housing development, the upgrading of informal settlements, and the improvement of public facilities. “This district has valuable assets such as the False Bay Ecology Park, the Philippi Horticultural Area and the False Bay coastline that must be safeguarded and enhanced,” he says. Copies of the final draft of the Cape Flats District Plan are now available at all City libraries, subcouncil offices, district planning offices, as well as at www.capetown.gov.sa/en/sdf. The City is scheduling open days when the revised draft district plans will be discussed. The next open day is scheduled for Tuesday 19 April at the Retreat Civic Centre from 16:30 until 19:00. Comments can be posted to the Spatial Planning and Urban Design Department, City of Cape Town, PO Box 4511, Cape Town, 8000, faxed to (021) 425 6495 or emailed to futurecapetown@capetown.gov.za.

Gandhi’s grandson to visit Athlone MAHATMA GANDHI’S grandson will present a public lecture at the Samaj Centre, Temple Road, Rylands on Saturday 16 April, at 18:30 for 19:00. Arun Gandhi will speak about “Gandhi’s legacy: from Phoenix Settlement to the Gandhi Worldwide Education Institute”. The event has been organised by the 1860 Legacy Foundation, in conjunction with the Indian High Commission and the Cape

Town Hindu Seva Samaj. A variety of Mahatma Gandhi-related collectables will be on display. If you have any items of interest (statues, plaques, stamps, medals, books, magazines or photographs) which could be added to the exhibition, or for any inquiries, contact Ela Valji on 072 341 7543 or email elavalji@telkomsa.net.

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Learn basic sign language in 15 weeks JUNE BOTHMA, who started teaching sign language in 1992 and taught for 15 years, is offering a 15-week course in basic Sign Language. The course will give you the ability to communicate with the deaf at a basic level. You can choose lessons either on Wednesday mornings or evenings, starting on Wednesday 4 May in Callow House, opposite

Christ Church on Richmond Road, Kenilworth. The times are 10:00 to 11:30 and 19:30 to 21:00. The cost of the course is R450, which includes a manual and the payment of car guards. For more information you can SMS June, who is deaf on 083 448 1837, fax (021) 683-3719 or email junebothma@gmail.com.


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Heathfield man perishes An undertaking of love in Congo plane crash MELISSA LE ROUX

work. So he died being happy, I suppose.” Quickfall was returning to his home base A HEATHFIELD family has been left dev- in Kinshasa from an assignment in Goma, astated by the sudden and unexpected and was set to return home to South Africa death of their “pillar of strength” days be- on Friday 15 April. fore he was set to arrive home after six He had planned to spend over a month in months abroad. Cape Town on leave before returning to the DRC. Randall Quickfall (47) was killed on MonSnyders added that her brother’s dedicaday 4 April when the plane transporting him tion to his work was so strong that he was to the N’Jili airport in Kinshasa, the capital prepared to die. city of the Democratic “I visualisethe torRepublic of Congo rential rains and that (DRC), crashed, killing plane going down, and 32 of the 33 people on him actually seeing board. that death is coming,” Quickfall had been said Snyders. working in the DRC as “But I don’t think he a deputy project maneven complained beager for a company cause he was executing called Pacific Archihis duty. And that is tects and Engineers who Randall Malcolm (PAE), and was an exQuickfall was.” perienced and highlyThe family have respected firefighter. been living in HeathCheryl Snyders, field for close to 50 Quickfall’s older sister, years. says the sudden nature Quickfall is survived of her brother’s death by his two children, makes it harder for the Carri (17) and Bryan family to deal with. (21) Quickfall. “Any family that losSnyders said she es a member is traumawould remember her tised, but in our case, DEVASTATED: The family of Randall brother as a fun-loving, because it was so tragic, Quickfall, who died in a plane crash in people’s person. we are definitely devas- the Democratic Republic of Congo on “He lived life, he entated,” said Snyders. Monday 4 April. Cheryl Snyders, Quick­ joyed life, he loved peo“My mother and fa- fall’s sister, holds up a picture of her ple, he was bubbly,” ther aren’t dealing with brother. Next to her are his sister Bever­ said Snyders. it well, his children ley Lategan and Mercia Quickfall, his “He enjoyed enteraren’t dealing with it mother. William Quickfall, Randall’s fa­ taining. There was nevwell and I don’t think ther, is seated in front of them. Photo: er a limit to the budget any of us are.” Liam Moses when Randall enterSnyders was still visitained, to be honest. He bly shocked by her brother’s death when Peo- enjoyed karaoke. He enjoyed dancing and ple’s Post visited the family’s home on parties, but even though he enjoyed that he Wednesday 7 April, and came close to tears never ever forgot that we grew up in a Godly during the interview. home.” Mercia and William Quickfall, Randall’s Quickfall’s body is expected to arrive in the parents, looked on solemnly as Snyders de- country this week, and his family is in the scribed her brother’s passion for his career. process of making funeral arrangements. “What I can say is that Randall died for Snyders added that the family’s faith in what he loved,” said Snyders. God was helping them through “this difficult “His work was his passion; he lived for his time”. LIAM MOSES

WORKING as an undertaker for nearly five decades, has given Grassy Park resident, Neil Jacobus (60), the passion and the zest to understand the needs of those in his community. Jacobus retired on 28 February, just three days after his 60th birthday, and has remained involved in the community. He started out at the tender age of 15 at a company called Doves in Observatory – known then as Goodall and William and later as Wasserfall and Hardick. By the time he retired, he was one of the oldest undertakers to be working in the Western Cape. “At first working at the funeral parlour wasn’t pleasant. I wasn’t used to it at all and even though it wasn’t scary, I was just not comfortable. But as the years went by, I got used to it.” For 45 years Jacobus worked in many different areas in the funeral home, and eventually learned his way around every nook and cranny. He did jobs such as coffin manufacturing, deep sea funerals – where a GOLDEN YEARS: Neil Jacobus received a certificate neatly-wrapped body is tossed into of appreciation from Doves funeral parlour after he re­ the ocean – taking human remains tired in February. Photo: Melissa Le Roux off tankers and even removing coffins from graves. When People’s Post asked him how it felt Jacobus and his wife, Pearl, have three to always be around corpses, he said: “You children – two girls and a boy – and have been learn to get used to it. It doesn’t phase me one married for 34 years. bit; my wife sits around at home and worries Their two children, Nicole (21), an aspiring when I go out on long trips to take the bodies traffic officer and Lloyd (29), a fireman, are away. I drove once all the way to Transkei, following in their father’s footsteps in servalone, with a body in the back of the vehicle.” ing the community. Their eldest daughter, Other than being an undertaker, Jacobus Janice is 32 years old. also offered his time to the community of “It feels good that I am making my contriGrassy Park – in which he lived for 35 years. bution to the community. Nicole and I would He started one of the first neighbourhood go over to an accident scene and help out watches in the area in 1992, and is currently wherever we can,” says Jacobus. still the chairperson of Carola Neighbour“He has more time for the community than hood Watch. he has for me,” says Pearl. He was also one of the first members to “If he gets a phone call to say that somestart out at the City of Cape Town’s Disaster thing is happening, he drops everything and Risk Management team. leaves.” The team would go out to the communities Jacobus says his passion for helping othafter an accident or fire and offer first aid, ers will not stop now that he is retired. “I will blankets and any other assistance they keep on working for the community and go could. on the odd fishing trip,” he chuckles.

Help feed Egoli kids HAVE YOUR SAY!

FINAL DRAFT DISTRICT SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORKS The final draft District Spatial Development Plans and Environmental Management Frameworks relevant to your area will be available for public viewing from Friday 1 April 2011 at your local library, subcouncil office or Planning & Building Development Management District office, or visit www.capetown.gov.za/en/sdf

A GROUP of Christian bikers called On Eagle’s Wings Christian Motorcycle Social Club, Children and Youth Ministry, needs donations for its feeding scheme. The club spends each Saturday singing and playing with about 500 children at the Egoli informal settlement in the Ottery Farmlands. They provide the children with a hot plate of food, which is often their only meal for the day. The group will also be start-

ing a soup kitchen in May. They will be having their second fundraiser – a bingo evening – to raise funds for the project, on Friday 27 May at Rondebosch East Primary School at 20:00. The community is asked to assist with any donations for the fundraiser, such as gifts that can be used as prizes, or donations towards the work done on a Saturday. Bread, jam, peanut butter, margarine, soup and greens would be greatly appreciated. Call Glenda Maree on 082 945 4954, Murvin Maree on 083 351 8865 or Penny Sackim on 083 453 2799.

Comments can be forwarded to: Spatial Planning & Urban Design Department City of Cape Town, P O Box 4511, Cape Town, 8000 Fax: 021 425 6495

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E-mail: futurecapetown@capetown.gov.za You are invited to participate in stakeholder open days in each of the districts in the month of April 2011 where the revised draft proposals of the district plans will be presented and discussed. The following open day is planned for the Cape Flats District: Date: Tuesday 19 April 2011 Venue: Grassy Park Civic Centre, Cnr Victoria Road and 5th Avenue, Grassy Park Time: 16:30 – 19:00 The following open day is planned for the Southern and Cape Flats Districts: Date: Wednesday 20 April 2011 Venue: Alphen Hall, Constantia Main Road, Constantia Time: 16:30 – 19:00 For more information please visit the website above, or contact Paul Prinsloo on 021 400 9412 or e-mail futurecapetown@capetown.gov.za The closing date for public comments is Thursday 30 June 2011. ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

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City seeks Plan B for stadium VERNA VAN DIEMEN

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T LEAST two residents’ associations around the Cape Town Stadium say they will support a review of some of the restrictions preventing commercial activity in the area when there are no events at the venue. The stadium is built on grounds declared public open space, which restricts any commercialisation. The conditions are stipulated in the Record of Decision (ROD) issued in 2006 by then MEC for Environmental Affairs, Tasneem Essop. It is projected that ratepayers will have to cough up R44,6 million of the R56 million operating costs needed to run the stadium this year. But members of the Sea Point, Fresnaye and Bantry Bay Residents’ and Ratepayers’ Association (SFBRRA) and the Green Point Residents’ and Ratepayers’ Association (GPRRA) say they would support any efforts by the City to unlock the stadium’s economic possibilities, including lifting some of the restrictions. Brett Herron, the Mayoral Committee Member for Community Services, says he welcomes the positive feedback from the two associations. “The site has always been controversial, but we were hoping for the support of the community,” he says. David Lazarus, of SFBRRA says: “Making the stadium financially viable must come first. The ratepayers are paying for it at the moment. We are not saying do a blanket lift of restric-

tions but look at each restriction on its merit.” Jocelin Kagan from GPRRA says: “The short-sightedness of those who were responsible for drafting this document (ROD) costs the City and ratepayers an extraordinary amount of money every month to keep the stadium going. “The City has the power to reformulate the ROD and as such, could speed its income-generating capabilities if they would move to focus on this document and process.” The Mouille Point Ratepayers’ Association (MPRPA), however, did not want to voice its support or disapproval for the zoning restrictions, opting instead to raise its concerns about the impact stadium events have on residents. Marco van Embden, the MPRPA chairperson, says: “The workings of the City and its endeavours to run the stadium at a break-even are not part of our discussions with them at this stage. “Our concerns are limited to the impact the various events would have on our owners and residents who live in Mouille Point, between Three Anchor Bay and The Water Club. “The shortage of parking in and around Mouille Point is an issue, especially now that the magnificent Urban Park is fully operational.

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District Six ‘will never be the same’ VERNA VAN DIEMEN

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VEN though billions will be spent on redeveloping District Six, it will still look vastly different and never recapture the spirit of the bustling, vibrant community it once was. Recreating the now-barren area would be virtually impossible, says Anwah Nagia, chairperson of the District Six Beneficiary and Development Trust. “If we built District Six exactly as it was then, we would have to squeeze everyone into 1 600 homes. Back then whole families lived in one room. We cannot recreate it.” Nagia also said that the homes back then were too “Eurocentric”, and that people were now receiving spacious, modern and better homes. Surrounded by open fields, District Six today looks like a desolate land, secluded from the rest of Cape Town. It was more than a month ago that President Jacob Zuma hosted a symbolic key handover to 44 returning families at the Second Homecoming Celebration held at the Moravian Church on Friday 11 February. The families have not moved into their houses yet. At the event, Zuma guaranteed that development in the area would be completed in the next three years. “The time is 36 months. Everything will be done and nobody can change that,” he said to huge applause. But the City of Cape Town’s manager for Land Restitution Pogiso Molapo, said 36 months may have been “an ambitious aim”. “We’re looking at five years for the

MEMORIES: Annie Bam revisits her memories while looking through her photo album. Photo: Verna van Diemen project to be done,” said Molapo. The Regional Land Claims Commission, the City of Cape Town, the Western Cape Provincial Government and the District Six Trust have pledged to build 4 500 homes supported by medium-rise commercial developments. In 2003, the pilot phase was rolled out, in which 24 homes were built for residents over 80 years old.

In 2004, exactly 38 years after the area was rezoned by the government, former president Nelson Mandela handed the keys to the first returning residents. Only 68 houses have been built since then. In 1966, the government declared District Six a Whites-Only area under apartheid’s Group Areas Act,

with removals starting in 1968. By 1982, more than 60 000 people were relocated to the Cape Flats townships. The old houses were bulldozed. The only buildings left standing were places of worship. With the fall of apartheid in 1994, the South African government pledged to support rebuilding. Annie Bam (87) returned to District Six five years ago. She was one of the first residents to move into a three-bedroom maisonette, much bigger than the one-bedroom she, her mother, grandmother and sister grew up in. She moved to Manenberg with five of her seven children after the forced removals and later moved to Rocklands in Mitchell’s Plain. The great-great grandmother said that although the area is not the same, she feels safe and has a sense of community. “It will never be the same but I can still ask my one neighbour, Auntie Moena, for something I need, and I belong to a seniors’ club in District Six,” she said. But she said this once-bustling area is very different. “It doesn’t feel like the same District Six as when I was a child. It was a place where we all lived together. “It is so quiet now. Back then Muslims, Christians, black Africans, whites, Jewish people lived together. The Muslim children went to Sunday School and the Christian children went to Mosque. We used to play at the end of Table Mountain. The neighbours had their quarrels but we were like family,” she said. Laughing, Bam recalls an incident where she almost got into a fight with her neighbour after her dog stole their chicken. “I was standing in front of our door when she came past and I heard her say: ‘Dikgevreet van die hoender, nou staan jy hier! Kyk hoe lê die vere,’” said Bam. The next day, said Bam, the woman sent her a plate of baked fish as a peace offering. Like the rest of District Six back then, more than one family lived in their Wicht Street home. Her father was a white man who joined the coloured army, said Bam. Her white family lived with them in the home. The realities of apartheid real-

ly hit Bam when her white cousin acted as if she did not know her when they bumped into each other at a tobacco factory in Kloof Street . “I said: ‘Hello, it’s Annie.’ But she looked down to scratch in her bag. I was so hurt. “When I got home, I told my mom that I would never look at her again,” she said. But despite the pain, Bam said she still thinks about her family. “Sometimes I long for them because we grew up in one home,” she said. She recalls the day that she returned to her home suburb. “It was drizzling that day. We had no key and we were standing outside the house with our furniture. “I was so excited because I was living in town again,” she said. Bam needed to raise a bond of R60 000, which her daughter pays. The 44 unoccupied houses form part of the 114 units planned for the phase two pilot project. Most of the 44 claimants had to raise bonds of about R250 000 for the homes, reportedly valued at R1 million, says Nagia. “The balance of the 4 500 homes will be built in one go within three to five years. Those homes may be free of charge because we are able to cross-subsidise them with the planned commercial developments. “The homes will be exactly the same as all the others, but it may be free because their shortfall will be cross-subsidised with the money made from selling or letting part of the land to private business,” said Molapo. The previous phases were not cross-subsidised. The commercial leg of the project will consist of big and small shops, offices and rental flats. Molapo said: “They had an option to wait for the last phase and may move back free of charge.” When People’s Post visited the site two weeks ago, builders were still hard at work and the homes were unoccupied. Molapo said engineers had still not issued Certificates of Occupancy to certify that the homes were safe because construction was still taking place on the site, therefore making it dangerous. The 44 families will move in soon when the City has issued Certificates of Occupancy, he said.

NEW HOMES: The 44 homes rolled out for the second stage of the restitution of District Six are still unoccupied, more than a month after President Jacob Zuma handed over the keys to the owners. Photo: Verna van Diemen


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HORRIFIC: Kevin Worship shows the bucket he keeps on his bed for when it rains. Photos: Reyana Steyn

From left: Cassiem Christians, Community Policing Forum chairperson, Kevin Worship and Charmaine Less.

NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF THE SUBCOUNCILS APRIL 2011 Notice is hereby given that the meeting of the 23 (twenty three) subcouncils for the City of Cape Town will take place at the time and at the different venues as indicated in the schedule below: Subcouncil 1 Blaauwberg 2 Bergdal

Venue Council Chambers, Royal Ascot, Milnerton Kraaifontein Council Chambers

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In addition to items of relevance to specific sub-councils, the following items will appear on the agendas for all Sub-councils in October: • •

Draft revised Early Childhood Development Policy Draft City of Cape Town By-law relating to the use and control of recreational water areas and boating

Copies are available for scrutiny at subcouncils, municipal libraries and www.capetown.gov.za. Organisations are requested to submit comment to their subcouncil. The Rules of Order for subcouncils permit any member of the public to address the subcouncil on these or any other matters by prior arrangement with the relevant subcouncil manager. ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

Tuesday 12 April 2011

Wooden walls rotten from the rain.

Blind shack­dweller braces for winter storms REYANA STEYN

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EVIN Worship is not the type of person to feel sorry for himself, but the prospect of another bleak and wet winter all by himself is not particularly appealing. Worship (46) has been blind since the age of 12, and lives in a cramped, derelict corrugated iron shack in his mother’s home in Tarentaal Road, Bridgetown. His plight was brought to the attention of People’s Post by a community worker Charmaine Less, and we interviewed him in his tiny, stuffy shack, which reeked of mould and dust. During the interview, Worship was forced to bend his tall frame in the low shack, which appears as if it will cave in at any time (a pole props it up) as he walked across the cold cement floor, which is full of holes, using his cane The uneven floor on which Kevin Worship has to walk to guide him. every day. Close to his bed, Worship has six plastic buckets on standby in case it rains In desperation, Worship went to the ANC through his broken roof. office in the CBD for assistance. “I’ve been living like this for 30 years,” he “I don’t want to be a nuisance to anyone, says. “I went blind when I was 12 years old. but I can’t go through another winter in this The doctor said I had retina problems.It was place. Buckets are placed around my home difficult growing up, but I accepted it. I don’t to catch the rain when the roof leaks. I even pity myself – I’m a very positive person.” have to sleep with a bucket on the bed or the Worship walks wherever he wants to go to bed will be soaked.” with the use of a cane, and seldom uses public Less, who works at the ANC office, was transport. touched by Worship’s plight. “I may be blind, but I still ap“I lie awake in bed and think preciate the things in life that I about him and his living condiam capable of doing, like walktions. It was raining last week ing. I walk to Athlone and Rondeand I thought about him and how bosch, and if I want to visit my he would be able to cope with the two children in Grassy Park, I rain. use public transport.” “I always used to see him walkHe says his girlfriend and two ing in Athlone, but I had no idea children cannot live with him what he was going through until due to the condition of his home, he had the courage to come to me and he cannot live with them beand ask for assistance.” cause they are living in a room She says the ANCwill be speakat her parents’ house and there ing to the local social developis no space for him. ment office to see how they can “I miss my family and I wish assist Worship. they could be here with me, but Elize Marais, the office, project the conditions I live in make it and events coordinator of the impossible. I speak to them on the phone as Cape Town Society for the Blind in Salt River, much as I can.” says that while “it’s a pity” that Worship has He says he tries to “make do” with the disa- waited so long, there is still assistance for bility grant he receives, but he barely sur- him to empower himself. vives and there is no money to fix his home. “We offer computer and cane training. He Worship has tried to improve his situation. would have to make an appointment to meet His mother, an emotional Marie our placement officer and an interview Magdalene Worship, says she feels horrible would be conducted to see what he is best at that she can’t help her son. and what his interests are.” “As a pensioner it’s difficult. I too am strugShe says they often find that blind people gling and I help him where I can, but unfortu- are begging at robots, or are being exploited nately we were never able to assist with his by people to collect money for them. home. It’s sad for me to see the condition of “It’s sad, but it is a reality that they are the place where he stays, but my hands are being abused in that way. We try and help tied.” them to the best of our ability, but they must Shireen Samuels, Worship’s sister, says he be willing to need assistance.” asked her for help too. “If I could, I would Anyone who can help Worship with the have helped him, but I am not working now. structure of his home and ensure that he Only my husband is working and I have my doesn’t face another winter in a waterlogged two children to see to. I am concerned about shack can contact him on 084 952 7791 or Less him and I wish I could help him.” on (021) 697-4183.

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Choirs battle it out Things can be much worse for the Silver Fez TONY ROBINSON

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COME this weekend, eight top Malay choir groups will be battling it out for the 2011 Silver Fez competition. The 72nd Silver Fez Grand Finale kicks off at the Athlone Stadium on Saturday 16 April. The 29 teams belonging to the Cape Malay Choir Board will compete for the overall trophy, the best dressed choir, the grand march-past, exhibition march, mini float and highest points award. Some of the teams participating include the Young Men and Shoprite Jonge Studente from Mitchell’s Plain, Ottomans from Sherwood Park, Young Zinnias from Bridgetown, Sterlitzia from Kensington and Modern Boys from Ottery. Board president, Shafiek April, was both proud and excited, saying: “This is really going to be something spectacular for the public to see.”

The Silver Fez trophy was donated by Die Burger in 1940, which saw the Young Lions from Manenberg being honoured with the first win. Thereafter, the Boarding Boys dominated proceedings, walking away as 11-time winners of the Silver Fez. “This is the most sought-after trophy in the Malay choirs and the teams will be going full steam ahead in their mission to be crowned champions,” says April. The event kicks off at 15:00, with the gates opening at 13:30. Adults pay R30, children R15 and tickets for the reserved area costs R40. There will also be CDs, DVDs, top eight Nederlandsliedere collections and Nederlands books on sale. “The public should know there will be strict security not allowing liquor or firearms inside the stadium,” he says. For more information phone (021) 692-1450 or 072 369 3387 or fax (021) 691-7860.

Learn how to tender HAEDON’S Training Academy, in association with the South African Black Entrepreneurs Forum (SABEF), will host a workshop titled “Introduction to Tendering” on Thursday 21 April at the Grassy Park Library from 09:00 to 10:30. Subjects include: what ten-

dering means, positive changes in government procurement, what preferential procurement means and BBBEE. The topic “Business opportunities with provincial government, local government and the private sector” will also be covered. The cost is R50. Phone John Prinsloo on 082 958 7865 or email tenderspecialist@gmail.com.

MOST of the people who are raging against the idea of exploring for shale gas in the Karoo know very little about the technology and what Sasol has called its “game changing” potential. In fact, most of the knowledge in circulation has come from those strongly opposed to “fracking”. Public relations companies have even been retained to blacken the picture and whip up emotions to a point approaching hysteria. They have plenty of material to work with. In the early days of fracking there were disasters, most of them the result of wild cat operations. But the technology has improved and in responsible hands it might even be acceptable in some circumstances. So it is easy to understand the fears in circulation. I grew up in the Karoo and I know that water gives land its value. Take away the water or contaminate it and one is left with worthless desert. In a drought, a good borehole is the only thing that stands between a farmer and financial ruin. It is an emotional

relationship. You can mess with his wife but don’t touch his borehole. The water of agricultural importance lies at depths of no more than a few hundred metres. Fracking, however, takes place something like 10 kilometres below the surface! That is five time deeper than our deepest gold mine. The temperature down there will be about 300°C and any water would become instant steam. If the hole is lined with steel there should be no contamination of agricultural water. But one can understand the fear. The biggest problems will be logistical ones. The equipment is massive and new roads will be required. What does one do with 10 kilometres of earth from borehole cores? The impact on the Karoo will be considerable. And where will the water needed for fracking come from? On the other hand, holes 10 kilometres deep will give us access to an inexhaustible supply of geothermal heat. And that can be turned into electricity. The US De-

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Cry, beloved country WHILE most South Africans live in abject poverty, public officials such as Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Sicelo Shiceka seem to have been living like a millionaire – if the findings of a Sunday Times report are true. No expense was allegedly spared by Shiceka who – according to documents in the newspaper’s possession – has spent more than R2.5 million on first-class flights and accommodation since 2008. The article states that Shiceka spent R640 000 in one year for him and staff to stay at the One & Only, of which R280 000 was spent on Shiceka alone – by his own admission. Furthermore, it is reported that Shiceka embarked on a first-class flight for him and his personal assistant, rounded off with a stay in a five-star hotel to visit his girlfriend in prison in Switzerland, at a cost of R335 000. The visit to the prison, in a chauffeur-driven limo, cost R32 000. If true, Shiceka’s lifestyle smacks of “blatant abuse of taxpayers’ money”. His alleged wasteful expenditure has attracted widespread condemnation. Shiceka is not the only South African public official whose lavish lifestyle is under scrutiny. In a country that can ill afford to blow millions of rands, ANC youth league leader Julius Malema cost taxpayers more than R886 000 for police bodyguards from October 2009 to October 2010. Malema did not hold any public office to justify having two bodyguards. He was just an ordinary citizen, like the millions of other ordinary South Africans who fork out millions to keep themselves safe. But the buck doesn’t stop there. Flying in the face of a country lacking housing, health and basic services, is Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu’s decision to lease two new aircraft for transporting VIPs, at a staggering R800 million. When South Africans voted a democratic government into power 17 years ago, they voted for democracy, and a better life for all. A better life is being had, but only by a privileged minority.

MINISTER of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Sicelo Shiceka has come under fire for leading a lavish lifestyle at taxpayers’ expense, following

a Sunday Times report into the R2,5 million in state money he has allegedly spent on luxury hotels, limousines and overseas trips since 2008. In a country whose

public representatives are often caught out enjoying too much of the good life, his particular blend of lavishness has a bit of a Hollywood ring to it.

Your SMSes Free your home of toxic chemicals HAVE you ever thought about what the chemical flying-insect repellent you spray around your house is doing to your health? If they kill flies and mosquitoes they are harming your home environment as well, because you are inhaling these toxins. Make your own pure repellent which is safe for you, but will still get rid of those pesky insects and leave your home with a pleasant smell. You will need a quarter cup cider vinegar, a quarter cup rubbing alcohol (or unflavoured vodka), quarter cup distilled water, one teaspoon eucalyptus essential oil, one teaspoon pure citronella essential oil and two teaspoons peppermint essential oil. Place all the ingredients in a spray bottle and shake well before each use. Most health

shops will stock the essential oils. You can increase the quantities and keep a bottle in each room. Then consider all the other chemicals you use to keep your house clean that are all full of toxic substances. Our parents used only Sunlight and blue soap for everything. Clean your floors with spirit vinegar, water and a few drops of essential oils. Make your own washing powder with Borax, washing soda and Sunlight soap, which contains no added bulk and your whites will remain perfectly white, even when using cold water. Use spirit vinegar as a softening agent with your wash, and no, your wash does not smell of vinegar. JO MAXWELL Rosebank

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DEAR constituents. I am writing this letter to place on record my deep sense of gratitude for your loyal support over the years. It has been a busy, challenging five years, and, as a councillor, it was my mission to handle each obstacle and project with the utmost importance. I have not made the DA party candidate listing, but will continue to serve you, the community and the party, in my personal capacity. I thank you. COUNCILLOR BASIL LEE Ward 67

IT SEEMS that Colin Arendse has a problem with the City of Cape Town staff staying in Parkwood. He always has something to say or write about us. I also sometimes take a council vehicle home, but it is for operational standby duties. So Mr Arendse, rather write something about the drag racing problem or the illegal dumping than focus on where you see council vehicles parked at the various addresses in the Parkwood area. KEITH SAULS Parkwood

General . To the Telkom employee who wanted to enter the property in De Wet Road because the owners of Thielie Street, Ottery, were not home: you are ignorant to get angry at me because I wouldn’t let you onto my property on 7 April without prior arrangements. Get a wake-up call to tricksters and con artists, and crime in general. . My 83-year-old mom and I were conned by a “friendly” repair man. R190 and R150 later, our washing machine spinner is still not working. Mine is completely broken. This guy visits your home with his son. He also steals your toiletries – be warned. Bev, Grassy Park .Before there was a democracy in SA, service delivery with no councillors appointed, things were excellent, but now it is not. Surely there is a better way to spend the money used for their annual salary of R108 million? For your information - I know how! Niefie van die Kaap . We’ve got to do something about arrogant staff at rent offices. Any ideas? Mrs P. . We need security officers on the trains – not on the platforms at the stations. The criminals walk from carriage to carriage while the train is moving, looking for an easy target to rob or attack. Please place a security officer or two on each train to minimise these atDID YOU KNOW that Western Cape Premier, Helen Zille, is a former journalist and antiapartheid activist, and famously exposed the truth behind the death of Black Consciousness leader, Steve Biko, while working for the Rand Daily Mail in the late 1970s? She also worked with the Black Sash and other pro-democracy groups during the 1980s. – (www.wikipedia.org)

tacks. Shopping matters . How come retail stores and major supermarkets are still not giving customers the five cents at the check-outs after the rounding on the till print out shows this is owed to them? This is theft and must be dealt with urgently. A. Albertyn . In reply to the issue around the Pick n Pay Smart Card: for every R100 you spend you will get R1, which means you get R10 for every R1 000. Either you donate your money to an organisation, or it can be accumulated until you decide to spend it. Regular Pick n Pay shopper Listen up . Attention, all Grade 12A students from Grassy Park High, matric class of 2001: it’s reunion time! Please contact Donovan on 083 713 6059 or Janice Bruinjies on 073 031 0290. We would like to start arranging the reunion. Aubrey Harding, please contact us. Well done! . Well done, Detective Constables Lewis and Titus! You made us (the residents of Grassy Park and surrounds) proud. Keep on keeping on! Your hard work don’t go unnoticed by God! God bless. Mrs Nicholas, Grassy Park


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McKay finds his Muze CATCH stand-up comedian, Wayne McKay, before he jets off for his Australian tour. McKay will be presenting his latest stand-up material at the Theatre in The Muze every Sunday in April. The next show is on 17 April. The Sunday show also features Kurt Engelhof, who will perform a set of original comedy blues songs from his debut CD. The songs are about older men trying to be sexy for younger woman, with other interesting anecdotes stitching it all together. The show starts from 17:00 with Engelhof, followed by McKay at 18:00. Tickets cost R60. For bookings call 076 042 4653. . People’s Post is giving away a set of double tickets to the show. To enter the lucky draw, SMS “Wayne” to 34586 by noon on Wednesday 13 April. SMSes cost R2 each; winners will be phoned.

Tuesday 12 April 2011

Classic jam at the Baxter TWO of South Africa’s foremost classical guitarists, James Grace and Jonathan Crossley, are giving music lovers the duel of the decade: an innovative feast of modern and classic works by Bach, Tarrega, Albeniz, Myers, Abdullah Ibrahim and more. The concert will take place at the Baxter Concert Hall on Saturday, 16 April at 20:00. James Grace is one of one South Africa’s leading concert artists, appearing with symphony orchestras and in recital. He studied at the Royal College of Music, taught guitar in Qatar, and then returned to South Africa, where he was appointed head of Classical Guitar Studies at the University of Cape Town. Grace recently released his fifth solo album, “World Café”, and is in the final stages of setting up the Stringwise Young Artist’s Trust, which will assist young artists from across the country to produce their own al-

bums, as well as offer bursaries for overseas study. Jonathan Crossley, who began his career on the classical guitar, has shifted his focus more towards jazz performance, and appeared on stage with international and local stars. As a composer, he has found his outlet through The Jonathan Crossley Electric Band, with which he has appeared more than 45 times across Europe over the past three years, most notably at festivals in Spain, Slovakia, Turkey and ongoing tours in the Czech Republic. Crossley will be giving master classes for the public on Friday 15 April at 14:00 at UCT. For more information, email info@jonathancrossley.co.za or info@jamesgrace.co.za. The Concert Series recital starts at 20:00 and tickets can be booked in advance from Computicket at R125. Student and senior citizen discounts can be purchased at the door on the night of the concert.

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A play on things in Sybrand Park people think they need in lives to be content. Show times vary, so call Tahirih Cook on 084 873 4711 for more information and confirmation. Alternatively, visit www.wix.com/cosmosproductions/southafrica or email tahirih.cook@gmail.com.

15:15 till 17:00, the library will host the John Pama Primary School Brass Band, which is part of the Amy Biehl Foundation’s after-school initiative. Also on the bill is Momentum, which features Ted Faulkner, and Allen van der Merwe. As part of the library’s community involvement plan, they will be running a drive to collect old musical instruments on behalf of the Amy Biehl Foundation as the organisation can currently accommodate only 15 learners per teaching session. Contact the Central library on (021) 467-1560.

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THE Central Library will change its tune from 19 until 21 April when free live jazz performances by fresh young talent will replace the usual silence. On Tuesday 19 April, from 13:00 to 14:00, join The Tribe of Benjamin Jazz Quartet, which features Benjamin Jephta, Marlon Witbooi, Keenan Ahrends, Zeke le Grange and special guest vocalist, Sandile Gotsana. On Wednesday 20 April, from 16:30 till 17:30, visitors will be treated to the smooth sounds of Afternoon Standards, with Ryan Andrew Peters on vocals and Keenan Adamson on guitar. On 21 April from

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Traffic School 12-10.ai

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Tuition

J/CASTLE for hire. 021 393 4663/083 357 4008

WENDY WENDY 250510

FAMILY NOTICES

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BJUMPING castles for hire. Cartoon characters & purple dinosaur castles available. Excel. rates.(082 878 1517

Amy’s Wendy 16 11 10

DR ASHRAF

Now in Athlone Court Cases Relationship Problems Financial Problems Pregnancy Problems (/Sms to 073 115 1523 or 072 101 2773

A 6 cubic meter sand, stone & rubble removal.(John on 072 407 4289 A 6m 3 sand, stone, lime & rubble removal 021 691 6995 / 072 374 9801

DAVID'S PRECAST We sell Vibrecrete Poles & Slabs. (021 692 3107 / 021 691 5877/ 072 106 0655 / 083 691 4449 WILDCATS TRANSPORT Bakkie Sand ­ R135 (Bags R7,50) Bakkie Stone ­ R350 (Bags R15.00) Vibracrete Slabs ­ R29.00 each Bricks from R1.20 each CEMENT R67.00 EACH We also do truck loads and rubble removals Ph 021­820 4068 or 084 467 7507 A bakkie sand ­ R195 A bakkie stone ­ R385 Paving slabs 300x300 ­ R6.90 400x400 ­ R10.90 per slab 450x450 ­ R12.90 per slab 600x600 ­ R18.00 per slab Colour cobblestone ­ R2 each. Rockface 450x450 ­ R22.90 per slab. Contact 073 182 1491 o/h or 021 372 2961 a/h A bargain block: 190, 140 & 90. Ph 021 374 2053/ 021 692 1209 all hours. Free Delivery.

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Miscellaneous Services

HARRY'S BOARDS

Cutting, Edging, Devin Doors Hardware&Fittings, Deliveries, Off­Cuts Freddy Lenderts Tel/Fax: 021 705 8897/079 9943 629 Andrew Gideons Tel:021 706 7387/ 084 210 1704 Sally Harry:021 706 7387 082 588 9940

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Building and Construction ALL Building plans drawn and submitted. Call Dominick on 021 396 2115 or 078 085 2067 ALTERATIONS garages, carports, brickpaving, tiling. (082 409 0592/392 5501 BUILDING PLANS Professionally drawn and council approved. (082 662 4008

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Home Improvement Interior

BUILDING MATERIAL & HOME IMPROVEMENT S ( On Account Basis Only ) ,Tiling, Paving ,Vibracrete ,BIC's ,Wendy Houses ,L/Flooring 6 ­ 60 months to pay!!! For further info contact Ashley on 072 371 6000

GARAGE DOORS & automation. 076 523 0306


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Home Improvement Exterior

A QUALITY GATES AND FENCE B/bars, sliding gates, carports, steel fencing, razor wire & vibracrete. Lowest price. Ph 021­397 4079 or 082 933 6610 ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. 021­ 691 1936 or 083 229 7612

BELIEVE IN CHRIST SERVICES Vibracrete, tiling, carports, paving, gates. Contact Albert 073 545 6994 /

DAVIDS PRECAST We do all Vibrecrete Walls / Raisings / Gates & Barb Wire / Carports / Structures & Garages / Paving / Laminated Floors / Painting Waterproofing / Roofs & Ceilings. CONTACT :021 692 3107 021 691 5877 / 072 106 0655 083 691 4449

FLOWERSONG GARDEN SERVICES For all your garden needs. ( Henry on 072 553 6239 KASSIEM'S roof cleaning and painting service. Phone 073 096 2249 or 021 376 7514

Money/Loans

ARE YOU SICK & TIRED OF YOUR DEBT? Cant control it anymore? I can help you. Garnishees on payslips, summonses, dont have money for food? Reduce payments to one instalment. Stop the struggling, the help you need is hassle free. Service guarenteed. Call us now! (Audrey­079 3 95 4709 or fax: 021 421 6817. Fax your ID, payslip and all your accounts to see what you qualify for. A CASH LOAN up to R180 000. Same day payout. b/listed welcome. Conditions apply.(Randee on 021 761 3995/ 083 548 7293 A CASH LOAN up to R70 000 B/Listed welcome. Ph / Sms Zane 081 403 4421 ARE U WAITING on a Pension/ Provident/Package

Lumpsum Payout? Cash sameday. Sms/Call: Nawaal ( 076 064 0458

HOME OWNER Let BONDPRO FINANCE use your PROPERTY to consolidate your debt even if you are under administration/debt review. Property REMAINS in your name.

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SMS “Debt” to 076 716 6191 or call 021 880 6000

EASY LOANS With affordable repayments ­ R50 000 B/listed welc. Pls call/ Sms Grasham 073 228 6148 IMMEDIATE APPROVAL Loans up to R100 000. Cash sameday. Govt. & b/listed.(021 949 8566/ Kim 073 0502 179 Shirley 083 665 1002

A­B TRUCK HIRE / COURIER Anything & everything. 073 339 1828

A BRIDGING loan? Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send

“please call me”

ALL BRIDGE CREDIT

Bridging cash for PENSION/PACKAGE Lumpsum/Payout same day

APPROVAL SAME DAY

" 021 949 3402/3 Call back 073 609 9307 073 439 3111

ARE YOU IN DEBT?

Clear your debt by calling SCM Debt Clearance 021­788 4485 24/hrs: 078 221 0193

AWAITING PENSION/ PROVIDENT FUND Imm. CASH (/Sms­SHIRLEY­083 665 1002/ KIM­073 050 2179/ 021 949 8566 BLACKLISTED? Up to R100 000. Approved by phone.(Shafiq 076 919 8933

BRIDGING CASH while waiting for:

PENSION / PACKAGE

Payout (lumpsum only)

PROPERTY DEALS

Same day payout Tel: 021 949 0930/1/2 DEAR FRIEND, NEED A LOAN? Plz pick up the PH HOFFMEESTER ­ we give up to R50 000. Blacklisted Welcome. 072 309 1877

IRIS BRIDGE

Faks: 086 601 4207

• U rekeninge is agter en reeds gelys? • U Leningsaansoeke is reeds oral afgekeur? • U motor, huis, kredietkaart en lenings is in ’n BAIE GROOT gemors?

ONS HELP U PER FAKS, E-POS OF PERSOONLIK

Besoek PBC in die ABSA-gebou op die www.pbcsa.co.za - info@pbcsa.co.za 4de vloer, Voortrekkerweg 32, Bellville SMS “PBC POST” na 38020 en ons bel jou terug! (SMS Cost R10)

Skakel alle ure:

• Johan 082 431 9865 • Stefan 072 696 9301 • Anton 082 695 3807 • Martin 082 257 4164 • Charlotte 072 828 9431

U BENODIG: ID, REKENINGBEWYSE, SALARIS- EN BANKSTAAT

Verskeie Opsies:

• Konsolidasies • Skuldhersienning • VBH Plan • Clear Blacklisted • Clear Admins • Testamente

Nuut !! CLEAR BLACKLISTED & CLEAR ADMIN ORDERS nou beskikbaar !!

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General Services

FOR ALL YOUR Gates, burglar bars or welding repairs (Xavier on 072 212 8619 1142

Carpentry

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0860 105 546 JC FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS Bonds/personal loans & consolodations. B/listed welc. (Janine­021 376 4690/ 082 439 9863

Loans and consolidation available. ( Bongi 073 171 5142

TV/DVD/Video Services

ALL DSTV

+ Top TV + God TV installations and repairs. Repair callouts from R150. www.techzonesa.co.za 073 272 6117

DSTV AND AERIAL INSTALLATIONS Single view systems ­ R599 installed. Xtra View as well as HD installations. SMS or call Mikah­eel 073 374 3951

LOANS No ITC. Same day payout. Fax 086 666 4811 or call 071 512 1923

LOANS

DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS

Personal ,home,vehicle, etc. No hassles. Sms name, id no,gross + net pay to 073 188 6942/07 9 043 0203

DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2 699. Service call repair charge of R150. Ph 083 268 1213

STAR TV REPAIRS

LOANS up to R150 000. Sms Loan to 078 506 5189. conditions apply. LOANS We come to you. ( 021 558 6648 / 082 957 3251

WE COLLECT AND DELIVER (082 579 6947

TELERAMA TV REPAIRS

R1 000­ R50 000 LOANS 1minute approval. B/listed welcome.(Mansoor on 071 810 8230

Efficient repairs to TV's & microwaves. We collect and

(021 391 5779,

deliver.

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ALL CARPENTRY WORK All carpentry, Hanging of all doors, fixing roofs & cupboards.(Nico 021 392 6818/076 342 1470 BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs & alterations. ( 072 695 9738 SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952

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TELERAMA TV REPAIRS

BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/08 2 516 0030

Efficient repairs to TV's & microwaves. We collect and

(021 391 5779,

deliver.

021 391 5819 /083 861 0418 1140

Electrical Repairs

FOR ALL types of blinds. Ph 074 259 1802 Renaldo or 082 598 2606 Wesley or 021­371 8315 o/h

A.W.A. ELECTRICAL Fully Licenced Contractor Since 1986 , Rewiring, Main Boards , Lights, Plugs , Prepaid Meters , Electrical Certificates . FREE QUOTES . ( Allan­021 392 19 73/082 708 5700

M&M INTERIORS ­ Blinds, curtains, rods, upholstery cleaning and carpet cleaning. All blinds less 10%. Phone Moosa 021 371 8917 or 083 4931 495

FRIDGE repairs, all appliances.(073 922 5336

JC ACTIVE ELECTRICAL Fully licenced electrician.Repair s to lights, plugs,geysers, installation of prepaid meters, main boards, etc. (021 701 3022 / 072 470 7658

COME & JOIN US ON A FUN FILLED TRIP TO MASERU, DURB AN & PE " A trip you will never forget.!!!" Departure­ 28 December 2011 and return 06 January 2012. Strictly hotels. (Wendy on 083 533 0988/ 021 397 8550 or Jenny on 084 052 6589

Plumbers A FREE PLUMBING quote for bathroom renovations, geysers, leaks and blocked drains. Call Joseph 073 322 4661 FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING Maintanance and new installations. All workmanship guaranteed. (Frank 082 3544 076

NOT TO BE MISSED 10 Exciting days from CT ­ Lesotho ­ Sun City. Depart Cape Town 28 Dec 2011 and return to Cape Town 6 Jan 2012 More info on package: Charmaine ­ 079 474 2704 Lionel ­ 084 586 4699 A/H ­ 021­393 4558 E­mail: mainy@mweb.co.za

Plumbing, Electrical .24hrs . R125 p/hr ( 021 703 0906

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Swimming Pool Services

MOTORS

POOL SERVICE and maintenance. Ph Michael 073 104 3575 or 021­705 8851 CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 702 1208

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Repairs – Vehicles

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Tiling/Flooring TILING indoor & outdoor from R45 per square meter. ( Jeremy on 021 391 2517 /072 395 2479

021 391 5819 /083 861 0418

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Geen huis nodig. Een paaiement vir al jou skuld.

NATASHA 021 949 0458

FURNITURE removals and up country trips ( 078 611 3627

082 301 7856

Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery

“Skakel my vir hulp”

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Holiday Accommodation GORDONS Bay S/catering holiday accom. R800p/night. Sleeps 6.(079 522 4309. www.weekendescape.co.za

WEEKEND SPECIALS AT CLUB MYKONOS STARTING AT R600 PER NIGHT! Contact Suzanne 021­448 2717 office hours only

ENGINE OVERALL R1 800.Clutch overalls, R850.Gearbox repairs from R950.Parts & labour incl. (021 376 6014/ 078 875 4394 SPRINGFIELD GEARBOX AND DIFF Best prices on all Reconditioned and Repaired Gearboxes and Diffs (021 703 8220 ext 3 / 082 772 2664

JOIN us on a fun filled trip to PE. Departure­ 28 September 2011and return 02 October 2011. Self catering chalets. R1 500 p/person. (Shirena­021 371 2041/ 072 194 6200

Business Opportunities AN OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE in Cape Town area for survey/data workers. Good income potential. Temp/full time. Training given. For more info SMS full n a m e / a d d r e s s t o 0 7 1 5 4 8 6 9 4 4 , JS Enterprise. Ph 041­ 360 5382. Redwing Drive, PE AVON REPS NEEDED Call Michelle 021 396 2115 or 082 637 6559

AVON

Reps needed urgently. Athlone & surrounding areas. Call Sumaya 072 700 1581 DATA CLERKS needed ­ Work from home with or wit­ hout computers. Sms name and address to 073 176 4267/021 952 322­ 3 Flute Way, Belhar

EARN CASH NOW Sell tupperware full or part time. ( Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 or Zainoe 084 530 0300 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME Earn R30 000 p.m. @ Home sms INCOME to 34008

TALENT

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General Vacancies DRIVERS with reliable car or combi, management skills needed.(HR ­Juanita on 083 581 7828 /021 930 4219 AVON &JUSTINE reps needed. (Mildred 021 696 5866 /079 053 8019

JOB OPPORTUNITIES Data Capturers, Call Centre Agents, Secretaries, Receptionist, Bank Clerks, Account Clerks, Admin Clerks, Bookkeepers, Waiters, Bartenders, Chefs,

We train u in 2 weeks and assist u into a job! Building, 5th Fl, Bellville.

PROPERTY

Call: 021 948 9551 021­ 424 1913 083 466 6033 078 003 3346 Register today. Training begins Monday www.ibmit.co.za

Tours

WEEKEND TRIP TO GOUDINI SPA 15 ­ 17 July 2011. R700 incl. transport & accommodation. S/catering. (Betty on 073 188 6942 / 021 633 7207

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A FABULOUS 11 DAY SEA CRUISE TO MAURITIUS 22 Jan ­ 02 Feb 20112 (021 712 4756

BUSINESS

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Houses for Sale

BAYIEW ­ STRANDFONTEIN PRIVATE SALE R570 000 NEG

3 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms, plus 2 bedroom granny flat, auto garage doors, front paving, yard fully tarred, secure property. Ph Andre 071 415 7928

REALNET SELECT PROPERTIES REQUIRED IN ANY AREA

We have qualified buyers. Call Karen 083 494 3939

TELESALES Southern Suburbs Basic + Commission Day Shift (8am­4pm) TIRED OF DEBT? WOULD YOU LIKE TO SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME? UNLOCK YOUR FUTURE!!! We require Vibrant, Creative, Enthusiastic people with the ability to market products over the telephone. They must be hard working, committed, reliable, conscientious, and able to think on their feet. They must have an excellent telephone manner, speak English and Afrikaans clearly and confidently Interested?... Please contact Gloria on (021) 702 2052 NEW customer service department. National company

RETREAT AND SURROUNDS We have many houses for sale. What do you require? Phone (021) 706 4412

requires 20 intelligent attractive young people, salary R3 275p/m (HR ­Juanita on 083 581 7828 /021 930 4219


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5 ,, 4 , HOTELS , BIG SUPERMARKETS & BIG COMPANIES URGENTLY NEEDS! .20 Receptionists .30 Cashiers .20 Barmen .30 Waitrons .20 Porters .50 Cleaners/ Housekeepers .10 Cruiseship Attendants .10 Flight Attendants/ Airhostesses For More details please contact Zetaweb or visit our offices on 112 Long Street, 3rd Floor, room 311, Cape Town, or CALL: 021 426 7615/ 021 820 3654/ 073 219 8380

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Clothing Industry

Staff Vacancies

( 021 393 6262 or 021­393 7774 o/h only

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Hair/Beauty

EXPERIENCED shampooist weekends only. Grassy Park/Parkwood area.(021 705 6227/

CLOTHING CUTTER AND ALLROUNDER MACHINIST NEEDED Must be professional. To start immediately.(07 3 139 8341, (021) 701 3595, (021) 761 9587

083 757 0808

ATTENTION ALL ATTORNEY’S AND CONVEYANCERS

WHY NOT PLACE YOUR LEGAL NOTICES IN OUR NETADS.

CAPE TOWN BASED COMPANY IS OPENING UP A NEW BRANCH & NEEDS TO EXPAND IT'S SALES FORCE!

STAFF NEEDED URGENTLY Recently established company needs to fill various positions: *Telemarketing *OPC/ Outdoor surveyers. If you are vibrant, goal driven & self motivated book your interviews now. Full training provided Basic + good comm. Ph: Lecrecia 074 842 3935 or 021­001 1013

No transport or previous sales experience needed. All training is provided. We offer basic salary, commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives. For appointment, call Andre on 021 930 9068 Terms & Conditions Apply.

AXIS

PROPERTIES

021 705 3507 / 021 705 1798 MODERN FAMILY HOME NEW RELEASE FACE BRICK GET AWAY SPECIAL A/H 021 705 3903 STRAND - R 799 000 Each PARKWOOD ESTATE - R 550 000 LOTUS RIVER - R 850 000 Neg Fax: 0866 456 755 2X 4 bedroom Cottages, next to each Executive Modrn home, 3Bed, loung 3 bedrms with BIC,FF kitchen,lounge axis.properties2@gmail.com dining, MES, family bath, BIC, ff kitch FF kitchen,dining rm,knotty ceilings, other, lounge, kitch,dining rm, 2 bathrms,

WANT A MARKET VALUATION?

dbl garage, fully secured, lovely area.

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME

NEAT STARTER

GROUND FLOOR

1 minute frm the beach, Great Invest

Modern Setup, off Hyde Road

MAKE AN OFFER

GRASSY PARK - R 850 000 Neg GRASSY PRK FLAT - R 260 000 ZEEKOEVLEI - R 1 500 000 GRASSY PARK - R 320 000 RADIANT MANSIONS Ground Floor Lake Side Mews, Simplex 2 Bedrms Large 3 beds, BIC, FF kitchen, lounge Lovely 4 beds with BIC, laminated flr family bath, driveway + 2 beds, lounge, bath, Facebrick, Dble garag, swimming lounge, bath, yard, enclosed Sep Entrance secured complex pool complex. LOTUS RIVER - R 820 000 5 Beds, spacious lounge, fitted kitch 2 bathrm fully tiled, garage, POOL+ +

G/PRK FLATS - R170K - R320K 4 flats from R 170K, 2 beds,

BIC, lounge, bath, fully secured complex.

RYLANDS - Johnson Rd R 1,6 Min Dbl Stry, 4 Beds, lounge / dining rm walkin closet, ff kitch, Double garage

MITCHELLS HEIGHTS - R 190 000 PELICAN PRK - R 460 000 2 bedrooms, lounge, MASSIVE 4 BEDS, LOUNGE,KITCH FF kitchen, fully FAMILY BATH, CLOSE TO secured, driveway with Wendy house MOSQUE

LANSDOWNE - R 750 000 GRASSY PARK Pan Handle Property, 3 Bedrooms, R 550 000 Neg lounge, kitchen, Close to VACANT PLOT with incomplete Wetton Circle TO BUILD DOUBLE STOREY Structure - 6th Avenue - 550 sqm

ZEEKOEVLEI - R 350 000

VACANT PLOT WITH PLANS FERNES ESTATE-R 980 000 Neg 3 Bedrooms with BIC, lounge, ff kitch and bathrm fully tiled, fully secured

PELICAN PARK - R 570 000 3 bedrooms, lounge, FF kitchen, fully secured, dble garage, next to mosque

RONDEBOSCH - R 1 300 000 Neg LAVENDERHILL - R 280 000 Neat 3 Beds, carpets, loung/dining Neat 4 beds, BIC, lounge, fitted kitch garage for 4, enclosed, rm family bath, driveway, Larg Sep entranc grounds

SHAFIQA - 073 313 5819 SA-EED - 082 927 5034 ZAHIDA - 084 265 4364 ABDULLAH - 073 657 2805 Axis 10x4 120411 1ANB6WF.cdr

OWNER

Towards Marketing Excellence

TOP AGENT FAZLOODIEN SHAAMIEL NAZEEM SHANAAZ DOERRIEYAH DELORES NAZLEY EBRAHIEM

082 495 8989 082 723 1118 084 295 0130 071 203 6341 084 055 3877 076 706 0910 076 509 3764 076 473 7091

SHIHAAM

072 192 1411

R239 000: HILLVIEW TAFELSIG R265 000 ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN 1 Large bedroom with ensuite, FF Kitchen, Lounge 3beds fully enclosed with alarm, lounge WYNBERG 10m Wendy House, Carport for 2 cars, Fully enclosed fitted kitchen & fam bathroom with shower WE HAVE BUYERS. Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Call :Delores: 76 706 0910 R4 500 000: PHILLIPI R300 000 Rocklands WEST CAPE VILLAS R530 000: BRIDGETOWN 3 Beds,Kitchen, Family bathroom, 2.65Hectres Farm,5 Beds, lounge, dinning FROM R339 000 4 Beds,Main ensuite with shower, separate entrance study, garage,2 en-suites, 2 separate entrances Lounge, Paved back yard, Brand new 2 Beds, Only 17 Left, corner Plot and Carport gardens, Current Rental Income R11 000. Fairly big grounds Call our office or any of our agents Call :Delores 076 7060910 Call :Doerrieyah 084 055 3877 Shanaaz 071 203 6341 R460 000: WESTRIDGE R250 000: BEACON VALLEY R350 000: WESTRIDGE 3 Beds, Alarm, BIC in 2 Rooms, Lounge, ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN 3 Beds,Toilet & Bath,Kitchen 3Beds,Kitchen,Toilet&Shower, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Laminated floors GRASSY PARK Lounge,Enclosed Parking,Quiet Area Lounge,Beautiful Garden with trees in all Bedrooms, Carport 4 Cars Call: Doerrieyah 084 055 3877 Call : Nazeem 084 2950 130 Call :Nazeem 084 2950 130 WE HAVE BUYERS.

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN ATHLONE WE HAVE BUYERS

R530 LONDON VILLAGE R340 000: MORGENSTER R370 000 RONDEVLEI PARK R650 000.00 ZEEKOEVLEI. 3 beds,dinning room, family Freestanding 2 Beds,Fam Bath, Lounge, 2 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Lounge, 2 Beds, lounge, kitchen family bathroom + Sep. Entrance bathroom,en suite, kitchen, 2x Drive way, Burglar bars, fully enclosed Kitchen, Parking 4 Cars, Garden Bathroom, Large plot with potential. 1 Lrg Bedroom with en-suite open plan kitchen, lounge large grounds Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Call: Doerriyah 084 055 3877. Call: Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Delores 076 706 0910 R200 000: TAFELSIG R1 100 000: VANGUARD ESTATE R459 000 NEW WOODLANDS R200 000: TAFELSIG Free Standing 2 Beds,Lounge 5 Beds,MES, FFK,Dinning 5 Beds, 2 with Bic, 1 with Slliding Door leading to yard, bathroom + 3Beds,Kitchen Pool Braai,Sep entrance +More Kitchen, Family Bathroom Kitchen, Lounge Tiled,All bedrooms laminated floors, Sunroof, Carport for 5 Cars Family Bathroom, Lounge, Call :Delores 076 706 0910 Call : Shariff 082 781 2903 Call :Shihaam 072 192 1411 Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341

DON’T DELAY, CALL ME TODAY: ROSALIND ON 021 4051136 /EMAIL: ROSALIND.SWAIN@DIEBURGER.COM OR FAX TO 021 406 4315 Attention01.03.11

ATTENTION SELLERS & BUYERS

Free Valuations Debt Advisory Services Free Legal Advice Free Pre-Approvals Free Credit Checks Furniture Removals

s& s rm on Te diti ly n Co App

TOPPORTS

Hygiene & Bug’s ‘R’ Us

(Tops in Carports)

ATTENTION SELLERS

The price of the property must be suitable to both parties....

Mitchells Plain, Strandfontein, Pelican Park & Heights, Grassy Park, Ottery Steenberg, Wynberg, Athlone, Heideveld, Bonteheuwel and Surrounding Areas Tel: 021 391 4203/0169 - View our Properties @ www.kaysproperties.co.za

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503

Guaranteed Effective PEST CONTROL

Fleas

Ants

Crickets

Cockroaches

Spiders

Terms & Conditions Apply

We will sell your house..... Or we will buy it from you....

(Registered PCO & Member of SAPCA)

MARK ANTHONY2 120411

(Mitchells Plain)

Old Woodlands Only R459 000

New Tafelsig Only R159 000

FREE-STANDING, 3 BEDS, EN-SUITE, LOUNGE, BATHROOM, KITCHEN, LARGE GROUNDS. IF YOUR COMBINED WAGES IS R8000.00 PER MONTH YOU CAN BUY THIS HOUSE.

Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, lounge + dining room, bathroom, fitted kitchen, garage + Very LARGE GROUNDS.

Free-Standing home on large plot.

The Leagues Only R249 000

Elsies River Only R269 000

Lice

Rodents, Bedbugs,

We Build Carports Over 20 years experience Built in 2 days Material & labour included, From R5 000 FOR TOP WORKMANSHIP AND TOP SERVICE

HOTLINE 082 495 8989

KAYS-12-04-11-1ANAL2V.cdr

TELEMARKETERS NEEDED For organisation, with fund­ raising experience

Tuesday 12 April 2011

Bird Removal & Proofing

“They Bug You We Bug Them!” For a FREE Quotation Call * Bellville - 021 949 5915 * Cape Town - 021 425 2363 * Claremont - 021 674 5327 * Goodwood - 021 591 5209 * Paarl - 021 872 4083 * Table View - 021 556 5601 * Kraaifontein - 021 987 6798

Call Lestor for a FREE Quotation Now!! 083 721 2303 / 073 137 2089 021 6911 801

dawcarports@mweb.co.za

Lakeview

R529 000

2/3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, drive-way.

Alpine Park R299 000

Eastridge R259 000

Extended 3 beds, lounge, Free-Standing, Large 3 bedsroom, fitted kitchen, kitchen, bathroom, lounge, bathroom, paved yard, carport, remote gates. enclosed. CCTV Cameras.

MARK ANTHONY PROPERTIES View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

“ Te l l i n g i t a s i t i s ”

ATTENTION ALL PRIVATE SELLERS AND CAR DEALERSHIPS PEOPLES POST WILL BE RUNNING A MOTOR FEATURE ON THE 31 MAY 2011

Mark Anthony1-12.04.11.ai

Lansdowne Only R629 000 (On Lansdowne Road)

Large 2 beds, large tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, fully tiled bathroom, separate toilet, bars, security gates,paved front, enclosed carport (2 cars). (If your combined wages is R10 700.00 per month you could buy this house)

CALL Mark Anthony 021 704 2160/ 083 482 4250

Strandfontein Only R379 000 (On the Bay)

PEOPLES POST CLASSIFIEDS TO BE PART OF THIS FEATURE PLEASE CALL ROSALIND/ JANINE/ LISA ON 021 405 1136 / 0860 116 918

Large 3 beds, wooden floors, tiled sunken lounge, large entrance hall/dining room, Extra large eat-in fully fitted kitchen, bath and shower, long drive-way (approx 5 cars), covered entertainment area in paved yard, very secure,. Opposite Blomvlei Road Mosque & Aloe Medical Centre.

Rocklands R299 000

SO DON’T DELAY, GIVE US A CALL TODAY!!!!

Renovated 3 beds, lounge, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom + Garage. (If your combined wages as R9500.00 per month you can buy this house)

Seawinds R399 000

(Close to Prince George Highway)

Neat 2 beds, bic, tiled bathroom & lounge, tiled kitchen, bars & security gates. Grounds for expansion. (If your combined wages is R11 800.00 per month you can buy this house) Belhar R339 000

(Behind Shopping Centre)

SELLERS IN ALL AREAS

WANT AN AGENT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE FAST, EFFICIENTLY AND AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE? CALL MARK ANTHONY TODAY. 021 704 2160 083 482 4250 OR Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, lounge, Beautiful 3 beds, (Laminated kitchen, bathroom, New tiles ANTHONY ARENDSE floors) bics, large fitted kitchen, thru-out, newly painted inside, tiled lounge, bath & shower, 021 704 0289 drive-way, large yard. (If your cemented yard, remote garage 082 673 1503. (x2), Burglar bars, securty gates & combined wages is R10 000.00 per COMMISSSION NEGOTIABLE! month you can buy this house) alarm. Very Neat.

View more pics @ www.markanthonyproperties.co.za


CLASSIFIEDS

Tuesday 12 April 2011

SILVERTOWN R520,000

FAIRWAYS R1,299,000neg

WEB REF: OT0349

WEB REF: AE0162

PRICED TO SELL 4Beds-mes, lounge-f/p, d/rm, study, bathrm, ffkitchen, ent area, pool, tandem gar, 2Bed g/f both with ens.

NEAT PROPERTY 3Beds-1bic's, lounge, d/room, ffkitchen, bathrm, yardpaved, front u/c-paved built-in braai & u/c parking.

Strandfontein R750,000 7 Clipper Crescent

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FAHIEM 083 301 8999

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Be wary of wounded Lions Stormers forced to re-group after losing first Super Rugby match against the Queensland Reds TASMIN CUPIDO

THE reaction of the DHL Stormers team, who suffered their first defeat of the season at the weekend, will dictate the team’s run for the rest of the Super Rugby competition. And head coach Allister Coetzee hopes his troops will take the loss in their stride, get up and learn from the mistakes made against the Australian outfit at Newlands on Saturday. “This is a long and tough competition, and it is crucial that the guys pitch with their A-game at each match,” Coetzee said. “We need to take this loss on the chin and stand up to produce better performances.” Unforced errors and ill-discipline marred the Stormers’ game plan in the 19-6 defeat to the men from Brisbane saw. The Reds, who dominated the lacklustre Cape side in all aspects of the game, were simply the better side on the day – Coetzee is the first to admit this. “We were not at our best; tactically the Reds were much better and their physical intensity was much higher – all credit to the Reds,” he said. A territorial game, keeping the Stormers in their own half for most of the match, saw the likes of Quade Cooper and Will Genia using tacti-

TELLING TALE: Unforced errors marred the game of the DHL Stormers in their 19­6 defeat to the Queensland Reds at Newlands on Saturday. Here eighthman Duane Vermeulen loses the ball in a tackle by Reds front rower, James Slipper. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images cal kicks to put pressure on the men in navy blue. Stints in the sin bin for Stormers eighthman, Duane

Vermeulen, and hooker, Tiaan Liebenberg, also did not help them. “We couldn’t gain or keep any

momentum and playing with 14 men for 20 minutes of the match did not aid us, either,” Coetzee says.

Despite the loss, they remain in the top position on the South African conference log and third on the combined log. Now the Stormers will divert their attention to the MTN Lions, who they take on at Coca-Cola Park in Johannesburg on Saturday afternoon. The last time the two sides met the Stormers came out 19-16 victors in their first match of the competition. John Mitchell’s side has had a spate of unfortunate, tightly-contested losses throughout the competition and will be looking to raise themselves from the bottom of the combined log. With nothing to lose, playing for pride in front of their home crowd, the men in red will put up a brave fight in the hope of turning the tables on the high-flying Stormers. Never afraid to run a risk, the men from Egoli will test the ever onsong Stormers defence, while a battle in the engine room can also be expected. Coetzee expects inside centre Jean de Villiers, who was a lastminute withdrawal from the Reds’ clash, to make his return against the Lions this Saturday.

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RUGBY FEST: Robert Bedingham of Wynberg Boys’ High looks for support as he evades Manda Mhinga of St Stithian’s, during Wynberg’s 14­6 win at the WBHS rugby festival at Wynberg on Saturday. AIR BATTLE: Royston Lindsay of Ikapa Sport­ ing FC counters a Steenberg United FC opponent to keep Ika­ pa on course for an up­ set 2­1 win in a Voda­ com Second Division soccer match at the Rooikrans Avenue Sports Complex in Grassy Park on Satur­ day. Photo: Wayne Lategan

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SPORTING SPRINT: Ikapa Sporting FC’s Ukunia Nuka (right) races Ryan Herman of Steenberg United FC, during Ikapa’s 2­1 win in a Vodacom Second Division soccer match at Grassy Park on Saturday. Photo: Wayne Lategan

GET AWAY: Wynberg Boys’ High (WBHS) wing Rush­ die Salie (right) beats a St Stithi­ an’s oppo­ nent, during Wynberg’s 14­6 win in an under­ 19A match at the annual WBHS rugby festival at Wynberg on Saturday.Pho­ RAMPANT REDS: Juan de Jongh (back) of the DHL Stormers comes off second best during a tussle with Rod Davies of the Queensland Reds, during a Super Rugby match at Newlands on Saturday. The Reds won 19­6.

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THE Safa Cape Town is forging ahead with plans to stage an eight-nation international showpiece for under-20s – believing it will generate a huge financial spin-off for amateur soccer in 2012. So much so that the Safa CT application to run the event – in partnership with the City of Cape Town – has already been approved by the SA Football Association. Safa CT president, Norman Arendse, disclosed that the eight-nation championship will comprise the respective winners of the six Fifa Confederations Cup championships, the SA under-20s and an additional African team. “It is vital that we recognise under-20 soccer as a milestone for the development of our players. It is our responsibility as an amateur association to showcase this talent,” said Arendse. The blueprint for the 2012 championship comes on the back of the successful inaugural Cape Town International Challenge for under-20s that was hosted by the Safa CT and the city in 2010. Ghana, Brazil, South Africa and Nigeria vied for honours on the eve of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Ghana defeated Brazil 3-2 in the challenge final, watched by a 50 000-strong crowd at Cape Town Stadium – with the overall gate-takings from all matches allowing the city to contribute R600 000 to the coffers of the Safa CT. Arendse also disclosed that the Safa CT has secured increased financial support from other stakeholders to stage its senior and junior competitions this year. . Coca-Cola has agreed to increase its sponsorship for the Coke knockout Cup championships from R500 000 to R600 000. . Freeworld Coatings has upped its sponsorship for the club championships for under-11s and under-13s from R50 000 to R75 000. . Peace activist Mary Burton will patron the new Unity Cup for under-16 high school teams from various communities to the tune of R150 000 this year; and . Build It will sponsor junior tournaments in areas close to its branches across the Peninsula.

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T age 30, Brent Carelse resists thoughts about hanging up his boots in the forseeable future – but rather focuses on what more he can aspire to achieve with Ajax Cape Town FC on the road ahead. What is uppermost in Carelse’s mind of course at the moment, is to help Ajax win the Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions title for the first time in its 11-year history. “I believe we can finish top if we stay focused and avoid complacency,” says Carelse, who has become no stranger on the champions’ rostrum. Carelse – eyeing a fourth winners’ medal – represented champions Mamelodi Sundowns (2006/2007), whereafter he shared in two of SuperSport United’s three consecutive league triumphs (2008/2009 and 2009/2010). Now Ajax could enhance their championship chances if they notch full points against Golden Arrows at Newlands Stadium on Friday (start 20:00). Carelse, buoyed by Ajax CEO George Comitis’ disclosure that he will sign the midfield maestro next season – after he came on loan from SuperSport in January – is expected to continue his rich vein of form for the Urban Warriors. “I was not only looking for a new challenge when I returned to Ajax from SuperSport, where I felt my game was stagnating because of my irregular appearances in matches. I also felt a need to settle in Cape Town with my family,” said Carelse. The presence of a versatile leftsided midfielder – who has thus far netted four goals for Ajax – has also brought out the best in the freescoring Thulani Serero and Khama Billiat. So often Carelse’s penchant for

engaging his pacey fellow players in quick one-two plays has allowed Ajax to prosper during their recent run of successes. The other motivation for Carelse is to be mentored by Dutch coach Foppe de Haan. “He is professional in his approach and a very honest coach. He constantly tells us that we are better players than what we think we are.” “De Haan’s one-on-one chats with each player really makes us believe in our abilities,” enthused Carelse. The Johannesburg-born Carelse is also thankful to his father Dougie Carelse – a former pro with Cape Town Spurs and Vereeniging Old Boys in the old Federation Professional League – for inspiring him to pursue a soccer career. “My dad insisted that I enrol at the School of Excellence in Johannesburg during my teens. “It was a tough experience but he encouraged me to persevere to ensure my future in the game. “He has always allowed me the freedom to do things my way on the field. But he will occasionally tell me what aspect of my game I need to improve on,” said Carelse junior, who first turned professional with Hellenic FC (then coached by Gavin Hunt) at age 17. But back to the showdown with Golden Arrows. Remember that it was Arrows that drew 2-2 with Ajax in 2007/2008 to deny Ajax the title on goal difference when the clubs tied on points. First choice custodian, Hans Vonk, is also ruled out by suspension and will be replaced by Andre Petim on Friday night. Good news for Ajax though, is that Clayton Daniels returns from suspension and that Saamehg Doutie is fit to play. . Tickets are on sale at Computicket and Shoprite/Checkers branches. No tickets will be on sale at the stadium.

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1999 Isuzu K250 DLE LWB Dep. R28 000 R1260 x 36 Total R73 360

5 99 5 R4 VERY SPORTY

1989 Toyota Corolla 1.6 T/Lam Dep. R21 500 R984 x 36 Total R56 924

130 SIR LOWRY ROAD WOODSTOCK 021 465 2675

95 9 R79 RUNS VERY WELL

2006 Ford Ranger 2200 XL Dep. R40 000 R1537 x 36 Total R95 332

95 9 9

RE/W2P/S

A/C FSH

2000 Fiat Sienna 1.6 EL Dep: R14 000 R922 x 24 Total R36 128

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